Loveday Reserve supports over 55 species of native plants with conservation significance in South Australia.
Dedicated in 1970 as a Reserve for the purpose of the NTSA, 20 ha in area,the Loveday Reserve adjoins larger areas of native vegetation to the west and south. Land to the north and east has been cleared for agriculture. A highly diverse area of remnant vegetation in near natural condition in an area that has been largely cleared for agriculture.
It supports over 55 species of native plants, five of which are of particular conservation significance in South Australia. The locally vulnerable black-chined honeyeater and regent parrot also occur in the Reserve as do the locally uncommon white-winged chough, pied honeyeater and common dunnart.